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Rusty Steel

Your solution for metal cleaning problems and enhance the bonding of powder coating and metal

Pretreatment Chemicals

Chemical pretreatments involve the use of phosphates or chromates in submersion or spray application. These often occur in multiple stages and consist of degreasing, etching, de-smutting, various rinses and the final phosphating or chromating of the substrate. The pre-treatment process both cleans and improves bonding of the powder coating to the metal. Recent additional processes have been developed that avoid the use of chromates, as these can be toxic to the environment. Titanium zirconium and silanes offer similar performance against corrosion and adhesion of the powder Coating

Our Pretreatment Range

Covers sequence phosphating pretreatment process for both ferrous and non-ferrous metals

Mild Steel Pretreatment Process

Mild steel is highly susceptible to rust due to its rapid oxidation tendency. Therefore to protect surface from rust phosphating process need to be done before applying paints & coatings

Aluminium Pretreatment Process

To remove the layer of aluminium oxide, the aluminium component goes through the pre treatment process before paint application

Galvanized Iron Pretreatment Process

GI components has tendency to go natural oxidation thereby creating a layer of rust as zinc oxide or carbonate on the surface. Phosphating process is widely accepted GI metal cleaning technique worldwide.

3 In 1 Pretreatment Process

It is a acidic nature 3-in1 chemical. It cleans oil, rust from mild steel, cast iron & also gives a thin corrosion protection layer to enhance the bonding between metal & paint.

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